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Recently, Heather Mavel, Instructional Coach from District 49 in Peyton, Colorado commented about our guide on Interrogating Texts: Six Reading Habits to Develop in Your First Year at... Read more

Two projects involving Harvard Library, “Building a Participant Pool for Internal Accessibility Testing at Harvard” and “Launch ASC (the Analytics Staff Consortium),” are among the winners of the... Read more

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“I wanted to send a heartfelt note of gratitude to the entire team for creating a program that opened paths of possibilities for intrepid researchers,” wrote a participant of a recent Harvard Library... Read more

On January 12, 2016, librarians joined colleagues in a practice-based workshop entitled The Art of Teaching for Librarians. Sponsored by the Research, Teaching and Learning Standing Committee, this workshop explored what it means to be a... Read more

What do the acoustical analysis of the JFK assassination and Greek shadow theater have in common? The projects they represent, along with many more, exist because of Open Your Hidden Collections funding. For the first time, funding recipients... Read more

HarvardX’s free online course “The Book: Histories Across Time and Space” is the result of a dynamic partnership with Harvard Library. The massive open online... Read more

The Harvard Kennedy School Library & Knowledge Services (LKS) team is working closely with faculty, students, and staff to achieve HKS’s strategic priorities of attracting the best leaders to advance the public interest, transforming the... Read more

The Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) is in its third year with a new dean, Jim Ryan. Dean Ryan's vision for the school is clear in the school's new Capital Campaign motto, Learn to Change the World and in... Read more

New services. Reference librarians at Countway do not staff a reference desk. Instead we make consultation appointments with library users seeking our services for aid with finding materials, database searching, systematic reviews, and... Read more

The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America is a special collections library that documents women’s lives in the past and present, for the future. It is a resource for studying and writing about the historical... Read more

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